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Court Stenographers School Board 5 

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furors Faculty 6-7 

jitar pitttnesses Dedicatees 8-9 

^ithndmxtz Sen/or Class 71 

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Mr. O. T. Neal - Principal 





School Board 



DR. W.J. HELSABECK 

MR. RUPERT HALL 

Chairman 

DR. J.R. JONES 




Supervisors 

MRS. GRACE T. RODENBOUGH 

Elementary School Supervisor 

MR. A.E. GARNER 

High School Supervisor 





Superintendent 



MR. R.M. GREEN 





REBECCA R. MOSER 
Senior Adviser 





VIRGINIA F. PATTERSON 
Home Economics Teacher 





ROY ALLEN 
Senior Adviser 



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ALENE B. GRAVITT 
Junior Adviser 



VERNON KIMBRO 
Junior Adviser 





Faculty 



AUDREY S. KIRBY 
Freshman Adviser 



J.M. UNDERWOOD 
Freshman Adviser 



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Eighth Grade 



LOUISE F. PALMER 
Eighth Grade 



IRENE S. BRANDON 
Eighth Grade 



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Mr. J. M. Underwood 



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personal interest in each pupil and his devotion to 
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Miss Kathleen Hall 



To a teacher whose life embodies the essence of school spirit 
and the heart of youth, we dedicate this annual in gratitude for 
her unceasing efforts in our behalf and for her never-failing per- 
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Seniors 




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DOUGLAS EAST 



NANCY COLLINS 
LINDA EAST 



PHILLIP DUGGINS 
JACQUE EDWARDS 



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Privileges . . . 



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DENNIS FULK 
LARRY GORDON 



KATHLEEN GARNER 
NORMA GRAVELY 



LINDA GIBSON 
DALE HARTGROVE 




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ELIZABETH HUTCHINS 
SANDRA JARRELL 



ANN INGRAM 
SUE KIRBY 



TOBIE JONES 
JOHNNY LANKFORD 



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JERRY LAWSON 
JOSEPH MARSHALL 



MICHAEL LAWSON 
FRANK McGEE 




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BILLY MOORE 
RUBY PIKE 



EUGENIA MOSER 
LARRY REDDING 



JEWEL NEWSOME 
PATRICIA SIMMONS 



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. . . Graduation . . . 



LARRY SLATE 
DOUGLAS SMITH 



PATRICIA SLAWTER 
MORRIS SMITH 



CAROLYN SMITH 
DONALD SNIDER 




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Seniors 




FRANCES SOUTHERN 
BILLY STONE 



SUSAN SOUTHERN 
BARBARA TUTTLE 



BRENDA SPAINHOUR 
GARY TUTTLE 



. . . Endless Expenses . . . 



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PATRICIA WALL 



(Court ^Record 



LINDA ADKINS 

"A smile is like anecho; it always comes back to you." 

Piano 1, 2, 3; Student Council 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pianist 4; Glee Club 3; 4-H 

1,2,3; Senior Service League 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Alpha Delta Math Club 3,4, 

Vice President 4; Business Club 3, 4, Secretary 3,4; Class Officer 4; Substitute 

Cheerleader 1; Senior Play 4; Paper Staff 3,4; Girl's State Representative 3; 

Booster Club 3; Junior Marshal 3; Basketball Score Keeper 2, 3,4; Bus Captain 

4; World Peace Contest Winner 3; School Science Fair Winner 3. 

BARRY ATWOOD 

"I can resist anything but temptation." 

F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4; 4-H 1,2. 

SYLVIA BARBER 

"There is destiny thatmakes us brothers, none goes his way alone. All that we 

send into the lives of others comes back into our own." 
Student Council President, Recording Secretary 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3,4, Corre- 
sponding Secretary, Treasurer 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary, Presi- 
dent 2,4; Alpha Delta Math Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Miss King High Attendant 
2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, All-County 3; Annual Staff 4; "Hi 
Light" Staff; Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3; 4-H 1,2,3; Senior Service League 
4; Superlative 4; Miss King High 4; Class Officer 2; Junior Marshal 3; School 
Science Fair Winner 3. 

HARRY BENNETT 
"If poison doesn't work, try English." 
Science Club 3,4; Alpha Delta Math Club 3,4; Business Club 3,4; Beta Club 
4; Bus Captain 4. 

SHIRLEY BENNETT 

"Perfection may never be reached but it is worth reaching for." 

Glee Club 1; Junior Varsity 1, 2; Varsity 1, 2, 3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; Bus 

Captain 3; Annual Staff 4; F.H.A. 2, 3; May Day Chairman 4. 

BILLY BINKLEY 

"Work fascinates me; I can sit and watch it for hours." 

Science Club 3, 4; Alpha Delta Math Club 3, 4; Beta Club 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 

F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. 

NANCY BOLES 
"Never be satisfied with being good; always strive to be the best." 
Piano 1; 4-H 2,3; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Beta Club 4; Junior Marshal 3; Band 1,2,3, 
4, Reporter 3, President 4; Alpha Delta Math Club 3, 4, President 3; Debater 
2,3,4, Wake Forest Debate Winner 3; Student Council 4; Science Club 3,4, 
President4; Senior Service League 4; School Science Fair Winner 3; Monogram 
Club 4. 

TERRY BROWDER 

"Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow you may die. " 

Band 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4. 



BETTY SUE BROWN 

"Everything is possible for tomorrow; no dream too foolish, no goal to high." 

Piano 1, 2; Majorette 1, 2; 4-H 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2. 

CLAUDIA BUTNER 

"The thing that costs the least and creates the most is just a pleasant smile." 

Alternate Cheerleader 4; Glee Club 4; Assistant Librarian4; Business Club 3, 4; 

Booster Club 3; 4-H 1,2, 3; Bus Captain 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4. 

JAMES CALLOWAY 

"I think I'll do it tomorrow; I've made enough mistakes today." 

Basketball 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boy's State 3; Student Council 2, 4; Beta Club 4; 

Glee Club 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 2, 3, President 4; Monogram Club 4; 

Bus Driver 3, 4; Class Officer 4. 

NAOMI CARROLL 
"If all your dreams didn't come true today, look up, tomorrow is yet to come ." 
4-H 1, 2,3; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Alpha Delta Math Club 3, 4; Student 
Council4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Booster Club 3; Bus Captain 4; Lunchroom 
Clerk 3,4. 

NANCY COLLINS 

"Live and learn; die and forget it all." 

Nancy Reynolds 1, 2; Glee Club 1; 4-H 1, 2, 3,4, Librarian 4; F.H.A. 4. 

PHILLIP DUGGINS 

"Be grateful to your frie nds because if it were not for them you would be a 

stranger." 

F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4; Bus Driver 4, Substitute 3. 

DOUGLAS EAST 

"To be what we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming, is the 

only end of life . " 
Business Club 3,4; Alpha Delta Math Club 3,4; Science Club 3,4; Bus Driver 
4; Basketball 4; Class Officer 3. 

LINDA EAST 
"Smile and the world smiles with you: cry and you cry alone." 
Nancy Reynolds 1; Class Secretary 1; Glee Club 1; 4-H 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 3; Bu- 
siness Club 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Junior Varsity 1; Basketball 1, 2; "Hi Light" 
Staff 4. 

JACQUE EDWARDS 

"Friendsare like diamonds, precious andrare; enemies are like leaves scattered 

everywhere . " 

F.H.A. 1, 2, 4; Business Club 3,4; "Hi Light" Staff 4. 

DENNIS FULK 

"A leader of men; a follower of women." 

4-H 1, 2, 3; F.F.H. 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Glee Club 4. 



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Court ^Record cont'd 



KATHLEEN GARNER 
"Others, Lord, yes, others, Let this my motto be, Help me to live for others, 

That I may live for thee." 
Piano 1,2; 4-H 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 2, 3; Glee Club 3,4; Band 1, 2, 3,4; Science 
Club 3,4; Alpha Delta Math Club 3, 4, Vice President 3, President4; Beta Club 
2, 3,4; Booster Club 3; Senior Service League 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 1,3,4; Associate Editor of Annual 4; Senior Play 
4; Office Page 4; School Science Fair Winner 3; Chief Marshal 3; Girl's State 
Representative 3; Superlative 4. 

LINDA GIBSON 
"God first; others second; self last." 
Student Council 2,4; Business Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H l,2,3,4;Glee 
Club 1, 2,4; Basketball 1, 2; Bus Captain 1, 2,4; Booster Club 3; Paper Staff 4. 
LARRY GORDON 
"Happy am I, from care I'm free; why aren't they all just like me?" 
4-H 1,2,3; Annual Staff 4; Senior Play 4. 
NORMA GRAVELY 
"If I take care of my character, my reputation will take care of itself." 
Glee Club 2; Paper Staff 4; Librarian 4. 
DALE HARTGROVE 
"The higher we rise the broader the view." 
Baseball 1, 2, 3,4; Basketball 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 
4-H 1,2. 

ELIZABETH HUTCHLNS 
"Every man's life is a fairy-tale written by God's fingers." 
F.H.A. 1,2,3; Business Club 3, 4, Officer 3,4; 4-H 2; Newspaper Staff 3, 4, 
Editor 4; Student Council 4; Attendant 3; Class Officer 3. 
ANN INGRAM 
"Act well your part, for there all the honor lies." 
4-H 1,2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, Marshal 3; Glee 
Club 1,2,3,4; Alpha Delta Math Club 3, 4; Student Council 1, 3, 4, Represen- 
tative 1,4, Officer 3; Senior Service League 4, President 4; Miss King High 
Attendant4; Business Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Office Page 
4; Superlative 4; Student Director Senior Play 4; Bus Captain 2. 

TOBIE JONES 
"You'll find that when all is understood thatwhat seemedbad was really good." 
Class Officer 1; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Officer4; BusCaptain 2,3,4; 4-H 2, 3; Business 
Club 3,4; Paper Staff 4. 

JOHNNY LANKFORD 
"Sometimes happy, sometimes sad, sometimes mischievous, but neverbad. " 
Alpha Delta Math Club 3,4; Science Club 3,4; Beta Club 3, 4; Senior Service 
League 4; Senior Superlative 4; Bus Driver 3,4; F.F.A. 1; 4-H 1, 2, 3,4; Stu- 
dent Council Officer 4; Booster Club 3; Substitute Bus Driver 2. 
SUE KIRBY 
"Anything worth having is worth waiting for." 
Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Chief 2, 3,4; Glee Club 1,4, Officer 1; Business Club 
3;4; Paper Staff 3,4, Associate Editor 3; 4-H 1, 2, 3; Booster Club 3; Monogram 
Club 2,3,4; Student Council 2, 4, Officer 2; Miss King High Attendant 2, 4; 
Senior Superlative 4; Halloween Queen 4; F.H.A. 3; Annual Staff Editor 4; 
Office Page 4; Senior Service League 4. 

JERRY LAWSON 
"Better late than never." 
Glee Club 1,4; 4-H 1,2, 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Bus Driver 4. 
MICHAEL LAWSON 
"Live fast; die young." 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4, Co-Captain4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 4. 

BARRY LONG 
"It's always in season for old men to learn." 
Student Council 4; Basketball 1; 4-H 1, 2, 3,4, Ground Committee 4; Annual 
Staff 4; Senior Superlative 4. 

JOSEPH MARSHALL 
"I am what I am, and I am no more." 
F.F.A. 1; Beta Club3,4; Alpha Delta Math Club3,4; Science Club3,4; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 3; Senior Superlative 4; Baseball 2, 3,4. 
FRANK McGEE 
"Of two evils, the less is always to be chosen." 
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4; Baseball 3,4. 
JOE MESSER 
"Did nothing in particular and did it very well." 
Bus Driver 3,4; 4-H 1, 2; F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4; Superlative 4. 
BILLY MOORE 
"I never joke with anyone I don't like." 
Band 1, 2; Monogram Club 3,4; 4-H 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3,4; Junior Varsity 
Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2,3; Student Council Representative 4; Glee 
Club4; Class Officer2; Substitute Bus Driver 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Superlative 4. 
EUGENIA MOSER 
"Music washes from the soul the dust of everyday life." 
Band 1; Glee Club 2,3,4, Pianist 2; Piano 1,2,3; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Officer 3,4; 
4-H 1, 2, 3,4; Booster Club 3; Alpha Delta Math Club 3,4, Officer4; Science 
Club 3,4; Business Club 3,4, President 3,4; Beta Club 4; Student Council Re- 
presentative 4; Senior Service League 4; Annual Staff 4; Senior Play 4; School 
Science Fair Winner 3; Bus Captain 4. 



JEWEL NEWSOME 
"Women are meant to be loved: not understood." 
Glee Club 1, 2; 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4; Senior Service League 4; Li- 
brarian 3,4; "Hi Light" Staff 4; Office Page 4; Bus Captain 4. 
RUBY PIKE 
"Time will pass, will I?" 
Copeland 1,2; 4-H 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2; Basketball 1. 
PATRICIA SIMMONS 
"Live today; tomorrow's life is too late." 
4-H 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; Beta Club 2, 3,4, Officer 4; Student Council 2, 3, 
4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; Basketball 1, 2, 3,4, All County 3; Business Club 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Class Officer 1; Homecoming Queen 4; Senior Play 4; Annual 
Staff 4; May Day Attendant 1; "Hi Light" Staff 4. 
LARRY SLATE 
"Live fast, love hard, and die of old age." 
Band 1, 2; 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 1; Substitute Bus Driver 2,3, 
4; Student Council 4; School Mailman 3, 4. 

CAROLYN SMITH 

"And what thou art may never be destroyed." 

Piano 1; 4-H 1,2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 3, 4; Beta 

Club 3,4, Officer 4; Bus Captain 4; Booster Club3; Business Club3,4, Officer 

3,4; Annual Staff 4. 

DOUGLAS SMITH 
"Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers." 
Glee Club 1,4; Class Officer 1; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Basketball 2; Student Council 
2; 4-H 1; Junior Varsity 1. 

MORRIS SMITH 

4-H 1, 2, 3; Senior Play 4. 

DONALD SNIDER 

"It is better to say nothing and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all 

doubt." 

Substitute Bus Driver 3,4; F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4; Baseball 1; 4-H 1, 2. 

FRANCES SOUTHERN 

"Where there's a will there is a way." 

Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; 4-H 1,2; Junior Varsity 1,2; Monogram 

Club 1, 2, 3,4; Superlative 4; Bus Captain 4. 

SUSAN SOUTHERN 

"It matters not what you are thought to be but what you are." 

Student Council Representative 1, 4; Band 1; Glee Club 3, 4; 4-H 1, 2, 3;F.H.A. 

1,2,3,4; Bus Captain 4; Annual Staff 4; Business Club 3, 4; Office Page 4; 

Piano 1. 

BRENDA SPADMHOUR 
"The work that tells is the work of the skillful hand directed by the cool head 

and inspired by the loving heart." 
Cheerleader 1, 2; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; 4-H 1,2,3; Glee Club 1; Mono- 
gram Club 2, 3, 4; "Hi Light" Staff 3,4; Basketball 3, 4; Maid of Honor for Miss 
King High 4; Superlative 4; Senior Play 4; Bus Captain 4; Business Club 4. 

PATRICIA SLAWTER 
"Everything is possible for tomorrow; no dream too foolish, no goal too high. " 
Majorette 1; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Chief 2, 3, 4;. Class Officer 1,2; Student 
Council 1, 2, Officer 1; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; 4-H 1, 2, 3, Officer 1, 2, 3; Monogram 
Club 2, 3,4, Officer 4; Miss King High Attendant 2; Newspaper Staff 4; Annual 
Staff 4; Senior Service League4; Bus Captain 3; Glee Club4; Business Club 3, 
4; Booster Club 3; Office Page 4. 

BILLY STONE 
"My three greatest ambitions in life: eat, sleep, and go." 
4-H 1,2. 
BARBARA TUTTLE 
"For the way we live today so shall we succeed or fail tomorrow. " 
Piano 1; Glee Club 1,2,3; 4-H 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4; Basket- 
ball Scorekeeper 2, 3; Student Council 3,4; Business Club 3,4; Beta Club 4; 
Senior Service League 4, Officer 4. 

GARY TUTTLE 

"Kiss 'em and grieve 'em; love 'em and leave 'em." 

F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4, Officer 2, 3; Glee Club 1,4; Class Officer 2; Junior Varsity 

1; Cattle Judging 3; Newspaper Staff 4; Senior Play 4; Senior Service League 

4; Student Council 4. 

KAY VENABLE 
"Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none." 
Pinnacle 1; Piano 1,2; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Softball 1; 4-H 1,2,3,4; 
F.H.A. 2, 3,4; Glee Club 3,4. 

PAT WALL 
"The doorstep to the temple of wisdom is a knowledge of our own ignorance." 
Piano 1,2; 4-H 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4, President 4; Alpha 
Delta Math Club 4; Science Club 3,4; Student Council 4; Senior Service League 
4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Officer 3; Class Officer 4; "Hi Light" Staff 4. 

JIMMY WEAVER 

"Life is nothing more than a duration of time in which one strives to obtain 

non-existent goals." 

Annual Staff 4. 



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Senior 

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Advisers 




REBECCA R. MOSER 



ROY ALLEN 




Class Flower 



WHITE LILY 



Class Colors 



BLUE AND WHITE 



Class Motto 



TODAY WE FOLLOW; TOMORROW WE LEAD. 




Mascots 




CAROLE JACKSON 



DON McGEE 



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Lost Will and Testament 



We, the Senior Class of 1961, of King High School, being of sound body and mind realizing the pitfalls of this earthly 
existence, and about to pass out of this, our life at King High School, do hereby make this our Last Will and Testament. 
To Mr. Neal and the faculty we leave our sincere appreciation for the knowledge and prestige you have helpedus 
to acquire through our high school years. 

To the coming seniors we leave all receipts for our expenses so that you will know to start saving now. 

To the coming juniors we leave all the new experiences we shared as we entered our third year in high school. 

To the coming sophomores we leave our joy at climbing one step more toward graduation. 

To the coming freshmen we leave our strong will and what fight we have left in us because you will need it to battle 

your way up the ladder. 
The following individuals bequeath their talents and possessions to the members of the junior class: 
LINDA ADKINS and ANNE BUTNER leave their ability to confuse the teachers to Brenda and Glenda Kirby. 
BARRY ATWOOD leaves his ability to have the girls around to Junior Duggins. 
HARRY BENNETT leaves his ever-trying efforts to grow to Jimmy Brandon, who he hopes will get further trying than 

he did. 
SYLVIA BARBER leaves her position as President of the Student Council to Vicki Boles saying, "mix businesswith 

pleasure." 
SHIRLEY BENNETT leaves her basketball suit to Bonnie Watts hoping she won't let King down. 
TERRY BROWDER leaves Mrs. Moser a quiet and peaceful library. 
BETTY BROWN leaves behind all the absentee lists with her name on them to anyone who will come to school more 

regular than she . 
MORRIS SMITH and WAYNE BURROW leave their good times in and out of class to Lloyd Mabe and Paul Lytle. 
NAOMI CARROLL leaves her "cashier" title to Thurman Dodson hoping he won't walk off with the strong box. 
NANCY COLLINS is going to take her height with her because she enjoys seeing all that goes on in this world. 
JAMES CALLOWAY leaves his ability to ask far-fetched questions in Mr. Allen's class to Bobby Mabe. 
DOUG EAST leaves his shyness around the girls to Gerald Boyles. 
JACQUE EDWARDS and KAY VENABLE leave to Patsy Cranford and Pauline Cummings theirpoor crampedhands 

from taking shorthand speeds. 
LARRY GORDON leaves his casually list to Don Lynch hoping he will not increase it. 

KATHY GARNER leaves her ability to make an A+ report card to Brenda Walsh, hoping she won't be disappointed. 
LINDA GIBSON leaves her reading techniques to Brenda Kiser hoping that she can improve them. 
NORMA GRAVELY leaves her "nose for news" to Doris Newsome who she hopes can keep up with King as well as she 

has. 
DALE HARTGROVE leaves his great love for basketball to Frosty Denny, hoping he will "keep the ball bouncing. " 
ELIZABETH HUTCHINS leaves her book HOW TO TRAP A MAN,' to anyone willing and ready. 
ANNE INGRAM and BARRY LONG will their superlative "Most Likely to Succeed" to Clayton Smith and Janice 

Smith. 
TOBY JONES leaves her "play like" ways to Judith Smith. 

SANDY JARRELL leaves her ability to get acquainted quickly in a new school to any new-comers. 
SUE KIRBY wills her manual "How to Reduce in 10 Easy Lessons" to Lynn Stone. 
JOHNNY LANKFORD wills his ability to uphold the Chevrolet to Charles Barr. 

MIKE LAWSON, being of sound mind and body, did away with everything he had before he left. ' 
JERRY LAWSON just leaves. 

JOE MESSER leaves his ability to use his study hall wisely to Steve Pulliam, hoping he won't ruin his reputation. 
BILLY MOORE bequeaths his over-energetic soul to Bruce Bennett, who too, is always on the bouncy side. 
JOSEPH MARSHALL and LINDA EAST leave their membership in the Beta Club to John Chambers and Glennell Watts. 
EUGENIA MOSER and GARY TUTTLE leave their stage performances to Donald Bowles and Brenda Smith in hopes 

they too will become outstanding stars. 
RUBY PIKE leaves her small appetite to Linda Keye. 

PAT SIMMONS wills her ability to coast up and down hills to save gas to Glenola McGee. 
FRANCES SOUTHERN leaves her superlative "Most Athletic" to Kathy Hall. 

CAROLYN SMITH and SUSAN SOUTHERN leave their little girl ways to Jenny Bolejack and Beverly Moore. 
BRENDA SPAENHOUR leaves to Judy Meadows her superlative "Best Looking." 
PAT SLAWTER leaves her ability to laugh, joke, and talk at any time to Faye D. Brown. 
LARRY SLATE wills his ability to come to school without his homework to Wayne Long. 
DONALD SNIDER and BILLY STONE will their earnest desire to graduate to Roy Ashby and Ray Cranford. 
BARBARA TUTTLE leaves all her new hair styles to Kay Lawson. 
PAT WALL leaves her position as President of the Beta Club to Nancy Turtle. 

LARRY REDDING and PETE DUGGINS leave their bus licenses to Norris Duggins and Wayne Turtle. 
JIMMY WEAVER wills his artistic ability to Nancy Hall, Mary Catherine Hunter, and OzellMays because itwill take 

more than one to do the work he is credited with. 
BILLY BINKLEY leaves his great desire to learn to Doris Webster. 

NANCY BOLES and JEWEL NEWSOME leave to Brenda Westmoreland their membership in the Senior Service League . 
We, the Class of 1961, hope you will cherish this Last Will and Testament and use it to the best advantage. 

ELIZABETH HUTCHINS and ANNE BUTNER 
Testators 

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•pctator* 
Underclassmen 




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Junior Class Officers 



CHARLES BARR Treasurer 

VICKI BOLES Secretary 

DONALD BOLES Vice-President 

GERALD BOYLES President 



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Juniors 





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First row, left to right: Roy Ashby, Charles Barr, Bruce 
Bennett, Jenny Bolejack, Vicki Boles. Second row: Donald 
Bowles, Gerald Boyles, Jimmy Brandon, Faye Dean Brown, 



John Chambers. Third row: Patsy Cranford, Pauline 
Cummings, Jim Dalton, Frosty Denny, Thurman Dodson. 
Fourth row: Junior Duggins, Norris Duggins. 



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First row, left to right: Cathy Hall, Nancy Hall. Second 
row: Mary Catherine Hunter, Linda Keye, Brenda Kirby, 
Glenda Kirby, Brenda Kiser. Third row: KayLawson, 



Wayne Long, Donald Lynch, Paul Lytle, Bobby Mabe. 
Fourth row: Lloyd Mabe, Ozell Mays, Bonnie McGee, 
Glenola McGee, Judy Meadows. 










j^pectat 



ors 



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Juniors 







First row, left to right: Beverly Moore, Doris Newsome, 
Steve Pulliam, Br en da Smith, Clayton Smith. Second 
row: Janice Smith, Judy Smith, Lynn Stone, Nancy Tuttle, 



Wayne Tuttle. Third row: Brenda Westmoreland, Doris 
Webster, Brenda Walsh, Bonnie Watts, Glenell Watts. 



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Sophomore Class Officers 



JACKIE BOVENDER Vice-President 

JANICE REDDING Secretary 

FRANKIE BARR Treasurer 

SANDRA NEWSOME President 



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Sophomores 




First row, left to right: Judy Atwood, Glenda Barber, 
Ruby Barnecastle, Frankie Barr, Judy Barr. Second 
row: Kathy Bennett, L G. Bennett, Ronnie Binkley, 
Willie Bledsoe, MikeBoyles. Third row: Jackie 
Bovender, Virginia Boy les, Carole Brandon, Diane 



Browder, Edward Browder. Fourth row: Judy Calloway, 
Billy Chambers, Donald Chapman, Jun i or Collins, 
E. R. Conrad. Fifth row: Steve Covington, Melba 
Craddock, Charles Darnell, Janice East, Peggy 
Edmonds. 



Sophomores 

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First row, left to right: Karen Edwards, Junior Essick, 
Faye Flippin, Glenn Gentry, Mary Ann Gentry. Se- 
cond row: James Gibson, Delbert Gordon, Bonnie 
Gravely, Nancy Hall, Carolyn Harrison. Third row: 
Kenneth Hartgrove, Ronnie Hauser, Shelby Inman, 



Joe Johnson, Bonnie Kirby. Fourth row: Pam Kiser, 
Doris Long, Jerry Mabe, Raymond Marshall, Bobby 
Mickey. Fifth row: Jerry Mickey, Sandra Newsome, 
Nancy Palmer, Hazel Parris, Katie Poindexter. 



spectators 
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First row, left to right: Ja ni c e Redding, Bruce 
Robertson, Kay Robertson, Johnny Shore, Wayne 
Slate. Second row: Joe Smith, Douglas Smoot, 
Pauline Smith, John Snider, David Southern. Third 
row: J o a n n Southern, Rachel Spainhour, Sylvia 



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Sprinkle, Ronald Stevens, Frances Stewart. Fourth 
row: Terry Wood, Jimmy Tedder, Mary Jane Tuttle, 
Terry Tuttle, Calvin Voss. Fifth row: Laurence Voss, 
Sylvia Wall, Judy Watson, Billy Webster, Jimmy 
Webster. 




Freshman Class Officers 



BOBBY MOORE President 

GENETT SMITH Treasurer 

HARRELL SMITH Vice-President 

ARTHUR SMITH Secretary 



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Freshmen 




First row, left to right: Charles Adkins, Ruth Allan, 
Betty Badgett, Judy Barneycastle, Wanda Beggs. Se- 
cond row: Carole Benton, Karen Bolejack, Allan 
Boles, J. V. Boles, PatBoyles. Third row: Steve 
Boyles, Bonnie Brown, Jackie Butner, Dee Carroll, 



Judy Collins. Fourth row: Nancy Collins, Alfred 
Craddock, Lena Crews, Stephen D a 1 1 on, Gloria 
Duggins. Fifth row: Norma Edmonds, Linda Edwards, 
Teddy Edwards, Mary Lou Epperson, Louise Flippin, 
Betty Fulk. 



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First row, left to right: Clyde Fulk, Linda Fulk, Kaye 
Goff, R. C. Gordon, Kenneth Hall. Second row: 
Judy Harrison, Brenda Hensley, Doris Holder, Freya 
Johnson, Susan Johnson. Third row: Jo Anne Keye, 
Pam Kirby, Ronald Kiser, Kay Kiser, David Lawson. 



Fourth row: Jimmy Loggins, Jerry Long, Phylis Love, 
Diane Mabe, Pe g g y Jo Mabe. Fifth row: James 
Marshall, Judy Martin, Junior McGee, Bobby Moore, 
Katherine Moore, Janet Moser. 




First row, left to right: Sidney Moser, Nancy 
Newsome, Harold Priddy, Anne Pruitt, Alma Phipps. 
Second row: Mike Richardson, Kenneth Rumley, 
Sandra Shouse, Arthur Smith, Genett Smith. Third 
row: Gerald Smith, Harrell Smith, Norman Smith, 



Rebecca Spainhour, Judy Tabor. Fourth row: Leonard 
Tuttle, Norma Tuttle, Phillip Vance, Sandra Vogler, 
Ronald Wall. Fifth row: Mabel Warner, Ronnie 
White, Wanda White, Sandra Wolff. 




Eighth Grade Class Officers 



EARL VOSS President 

MIKE JONES Vice-President 

BRENDA COLLINS Secretary 

JOHNNY HALL „ Treasurer 









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First row, left to right: Jimmy Ash by, Carolyn Baker, Warner Beggs, Greg 
Bennett, Jerry Bledsoe, Larry Boles, Brenda Booze, Marie Bowen. Second 
row: Douglas Boyles, Diane Boyles, Elbert Boyles, Steve Burge, Kay 
Carroll, Perry Carroll, Patricia Chance, Brenda Collins. Third row: Barbara 
Covington, Louise Craddock, James Cox, Louise Cox, Janie Cruise, Wayne 
Davis, Richard Donathan, Libby Durham. Fourth row: Johnny East, Nancy 
Fulk, Roger Fulk, Jerry Goff, Richard Goff, Gloria Gordon, Peggy Gordon, 



The 1 ma Gordon. Fifth row: Susan Griff e n, Johnny Hall, Jimmy Hauser, 
Kay Hensley, Gary Hicks, Gail Holder, Linda Hunter, Larry Ingram. Sixth 
row: Roger Inman, Carroll Jackson, Donald James, Mike Jones, Kathy 
Johnson, Shirley Kiger, Mary Ann Kirby, Kent Kiser. Seventh row: Leon 
Lankford, Sandra Lawson, Sara Lawson, Jane Lewis, Mary Ann Lineback, 
Don Mabe, Henry Mabe, Ronnie Mabe. Eighth row: Judy Marshall, Jerry 
Martin, Butch McGee, Carlton McKinney, Elaine McKnight. 



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spectators 




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First row, left to right: Kenneth McKnight, Jimmy McNeely, Sandra 
Meadwell, De bra Moore, Clydie Moorefield, EllenNeal, Jeannette 
Needham, Marilyn New. Second row: Eugene Newsome, Norma Newsome, 
Susan Newsome, Shirley Overby, Doug 1 as Payne, Sue Pike, George Pike, 
Eunice Phipps. Third row: Shelby Poindexter, Annie Lee Priddy, Donna 
Roberts, Roy Lee Sams, Dorothy Scott, Bobby Slate, Carolyn Slate, Franklin 



Sells. Fourth row: Brent Smith, Doris Smith, David Smith, Gary Smith, Kay 
Smith, Steve Smith, Larry Southern, Jerry Stanley. Fifth row: Wanda Stone, 
Harvey Tedder, Ronnie Tedder, Harold Timmons, Bobby Tuttle, Varner 
Vogler, Earl Voss, Gary Watson. Sixth row: Larry Watson, Eddie White, 
Jerry White, Ronnie Westmoreland, Larry Wood. 



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presents 
Renter "Pari Jeecb" 




district .Attorney presents (Ease 

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Presents 



Features 

Sports 

Activities 




Halloween Royalty 




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One down, two to go! 



JERRY LAWSON, King 
SUE KIRBY, Queen 








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A4;ss K/ng High 

Sy/y/b Barber 



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Attendants 






HAZEL PARRIS 
Sophomore 



VICKI BOLES 
Junior 



KAREN EDWARDS 
Sophomore 




ANN INGRAM 
Senior 





BRENDA SPAINHOUR 
Maid of Honor 





SUE KIRBY 
Senior 




KATHERINE MOORE 
Freshman 



JUDITH SMITH 
Junior 



BETTY JO BADGETT 
Freshman 









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Homecoming Queen 

Pafrida Simmons 



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Bond Sweetheart 

G/eno/a McGee 



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Marshals 



Kathleen Garner, Chief; Ann Ingram, Sylvia Barber, Nancy Boles, Linda Adkins. 



Honor Students 




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LINDA EAST 



SYLVIA BARBER 



EUGENIA MOSER 





KATHLEEN GARNER 
Valedictorian 



ANN INGRAM 
Salutatorian 






NANCY BOLES 



LINDA ADKINS 



BARBARA TUTTLE 



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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 



COUNTY OF ___STOKSS 



YADKIN TOWNSHIP 

THE STATE 



- Before 



JUSTICE'S COURT 

0. T. NEAL 



SENIOR; 



and in said co 
or about the_. 



Justice of the Peace 



tson 



nd says that at 
_ Township, on 




Contrary to t 
Subscribed i 

day of 




STATE OF N< 

To a: 

You are c 



TING 



and safely keep, so that you have 

before me at my office iffigffi£oiAfff ^f€f^WfQ> to answer the above complaint and 



be dealt with as the law directs. 

PHNNY LANKFORD and SYLVIA BARBER 

Given under my hand and private seal, this day of_ 



, 19. 



Justice of the Peace. 



(SEAL) 



JUDGMENT 

After hearing the evidence in this case, it is adjudged that the defendant- 



It is further ordered and adjudged that the defendant 



., is guilty. 



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for. 



appearance at the Superior Court of. 



..._, give a justified bond in the sum of 

Dollars 

-.County 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

COUNTY OF _J?J*??? 

JAPKJN_ TOWNSHIP 



JUSTICE'S COURT 

0. T. NFAL 

Justice of the Peace 




You are co 

ancL .^safely keep, so that you have 

.before me at my office in ^^OS^^Gffi/CffOtJfS to answer the above complaint and 



be dealt with as the law directs. „ ru . DCU , n , t , AT t JTC . i? x T ,-.a D x T ,7 D 

JOE MARSHALL and KATHLEEN GARNER 

Given under my hand and private seal, this day of , In- 



justice of the Peace. 



(SEAL) 



JUDGMENT 
After hearing the evidence in this case, it is adjudged that the defendant- 



It is further ordered and adjudged that the defendant 



., is guilty. 



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, give a justified bond in the sum of 

Dollars 



for 



abearance at the Superior Court of- 



County, to be held 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

COUNTY OF _?™$£_ 

_JAT)KTN_ TOWNSHIP 



Before 



THE STATE 

vs. 



SENIORS 01 



and in said c 
or about the_ 



Contrary to tl 
Subscribed ; 

day of 




JUSTICE'S COURT 

0, T. MEAL 

Justice of the Peace 

T- HON 



|tnd says that at 
._ Township, on 

and feloniously 



fce. 



STATE OF N 
To a 

You are < 



t t 




TING: 



u 



and safely keep, so that you have 

before me at my office A^^f ^PjHjf J W B ilF^^^WiiF' ^° answer the above complaint and 

be dealt with as the law directs. ' 

JAMES CALLOWAY and SUE KIRBY 

Given under my hand and private seal, this day of , 19 . 

(SEAL) 

Justice of the Peace. 

JUDGMENT 

After hearing the evidence in this case, it is adjudged that the defendant 

, is guilty. 

It is further ordered and adjudged that the defendant 

, give a justified bond in the sum of 

™ Dollars 



for. 



appearance at the Superior Court of Count y, to be held 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

COUNTY OF —^KEQlffiS 

YADKIN 



TOWNSHIP 



THE STATE 



__.SJSliIQfLS._Q: 



JUSTICE'S COURT 



Before Q__.____2t]_AL- 



Justice of the Peace 



"ION 



and in said coin 

or about the H: 8 



Contrary to the* 
Subscribed ar. 



d says that at 
I Township, on 

Sajljnd feloniously 



day of 



STATE OF NO^P 
To an; ' 




NG: 




You are coj 

and- safely keep, so that you have 

.before me at my office in kArttf Atn ¥£&&■• to answer the above complaint and 



be dealt with as the law directs. 

BILLY MOORE an4 FRANCES SOUTHERN 

Given under my hand and private seal, this day of_ 



., 19 



Justice of the Peace. 



(SEAL) 



JUDGMENT 
After hearing the evidence in this case, it is adjudged that the defendant. 



It is further ordered and adjudged that the defendant 



., is guilty. 



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., give a justified bond in the sum of 

Dollars 



for appearance at the Superior Court of County, to be held 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

COUNTY OF „ STQIQ® 

___JMOT__ TOWNSHIP 

THE STATE 

SENIORS QE 



" Before 



and in said cc 

or abuut the.-. 



JUSTICE'S COURT 

0. T. MEAL 

Justice of the Peace 

TION 



md says that at 
._ Township, on 



and feloniously 



i 



Contrary to tf 
Subscribed 

day of 




STATE OF N 
To a 

You are < 




TING 



and safely keep, so that you have 

? me at my office in |5J^^f" u |j00fvM^€jN" ' *° answer the above complaint and 



be dealt with as the law directs. DD1 .,,.,...,, .,,. 

BRENDA SPAINHOUR and JOE MESSER 

Given under my hand and private seal, this day of 



._, 19 



Justice of the Peace. 



(SEAL) 



d! 



JUDGMENT 

After hearing the evidence in this case, it is adjudged that the defendant 

It is further ordered and adjudged that the defendant 

_ , give a justified bond in the sum of 

for appearance at the Superior Cour^of^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^oum^v^obpheld 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

COUNTY OF __STOCES 

__JAJKIH - TOWNSHIP 

THE STATE 



SFNIORS OF I 



* Before 



JUSTICE'S COURT 

0. T. NFAL 

Justice of the Peace 



and in said cou 
or about the 



Contrary to the 
Subscribed ai 

day of 




k 



ION 




d says that at 
Township, on 



nd feloniously 



STATE OF NO 
To an; 

You are co 



NG: 



and safely keep, so that you have 

..before me at my /ytOS/" L?/fC©fV **f^^Sf^£(!2S©G er ^ e above complaint and 



be dealt with as the law directs. , , , , , , k , , r , ,, ,.,.,,. .,. 

ANN INGRAM and BARRY LONG 

Given under my hand and private seal, this day of 



_, 19 



Justice of the Peace. 



(SEAL) 



JUDGMENT 

After hearing the evidence in this case, it is adjudged that the defendant 

, is guilty. 

It is further ordered and adjudged that the defendant 

, give a justified bond in the sum of 

65 

Dollars 

for appearance at the Superior Court of County, to be held 



Girls and Boys' State 







KATHLEEN GARNER 



LINDA ADKINS 











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JAMES CALLOWAY 



LARRY REDDING 



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Sen/or Ploy . . . "The Scarlet Ghost" 




SENIOR PLAY CAST 



Seated: Eugenia Moser, Brenda Spainhour, Linda Adkins, Smith, James Calloway, Gary Tuttle, Larry Gordon, 

Kathleen Garner, Patricia Simmons. Standing: Morris Billy Moore. 



Quick! Carry him over to the sofa. 



Meet the behind-the -scene stars! 








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VERNON D. KIMBRO, our baseball-basketball coach 
for the past four years, likes a good game and wholesome 
sportsmanship. Last year he coached both basketball teams 



and the baseball team to a County Championship. Again 
this year he is a coach we all are proud of, a well -loved 
teacher, and a friend of all the students of King High. 



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Eagles in Action . . . 



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TWO POINTS FOR CATHY! 



MAKE IT GOOD GERALD! 



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Senior Players 




Left to right: Shirley Bennett, Pat Simmons, Co-Captains Frances Southern and Sylvia Barber, and Brenda Spainhour. 



Scores 



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62 East Bend 

61 Alamance 

65.... Lawsonville 

66..... Francisco 

48 Kernersville 

76 Mineral Springs 

51. East Bend 

73.................... Germanton 

30 Pine Hall 

71........................ . Germanton 

50... .Kernersville 

70 Southwest 

58........... Nancy Reynolds 

57 Pinnacle 

47..... Nancy Reynolds 



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SHIRLEY BENNETT 



JUDY BARR 



FREYA GAY JOHNSON 



PATRICIA SIMMONS 





FRANCES SOUTHERN 



SYLVIA SPRINKLE 



Girls 



BRENDA SMITH 



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JUDY SMITH 



SYLVIA BARBER 



BETTY JO BADGETT 




BRENDA WESTMORELAND 




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Basketball 




CATHY HALL 



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JOHNNY SHORE 






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Boys' Basketball Team 




Kneeling: Charles Barr, Gerald Boy les, Michael Lawson, 
Captain; Thurman Dodson, Frankie Barr, John Chambers. 



Standing: Dale Hartgrove, Captain; Donald Lynch, Billy 
Webster, Douglas East, Calvin Voss, Johnny Shore. 



King 
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Scores 

61. Alamance 

56 East Bend 

50...... Lawsonville 

32... Francisco 

48 Kerne rsville 

50. Mineral Springs 

53 East Bend 

59 Pine Hall 

64.... Germanton 

45 Kemersville 

48 Southwest 

53 Nancy Reynolds 

42. Pinnacle 

64 .Nancy Reynolds 

67 Germanton 

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42 
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58 
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Baseball 






BILLY MOORE 
Catcher 



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First Baseman 




Come on, a HOMERUN! 




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Cheerleaders 



Kneeling: Jenny Bole jack, Sandra Newsome, Vic 
Spainhour, Lynn Stone, Nancy Tuttle. Standing: Patrici. 



S.lawter, Sue Kirby, Glenola McGee. 



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Cheerleaders 




ANNE BUTNER Alternate 

VICKI SPAINHOUR Mascot 

KAY LAWSON Alternate 

SUE KIRBY Chief 

PAT SLAWTER Co-Chief 




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Left to right: Jenny Bole jack, Lynn Stone, Glenola McGee, Sue 
Kirby, Patricia Slawter, Sandra Newsome, Nancy Tuttle. 



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SYLVIA BARBER, president of our Student Council, 
is representative of all organizations at King High. With 
eagerness she anticipates the needs of our school, with 
willingness she accepts responsibility, and with a smile 



she becomes a friend to all. These qualities have made 
her aware of the unlimited opportunities for service in 
our school and have made her realize that through these 
opportunities school spirit may be obtained. 



At Work 




JOHNNY LANKFORD Treasurer 

GLENOLA McGEE Corresponding Secretary 

SYLVIA BARBER President 

NANCY TUTTLE Recording Secretary 

VICKI BOLES Vice-President 








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Up we go to the top on the maga- 
zine sales! 



Let's all pitch in and keep the 
grounds clean. 





Panel discussion on CHEATING. 



STOP and THINK! 



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The Eogle 



SUE KIRBY 
Editor 




KATHLEEN GARNER 






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JIMMY WEAVER and SYLVIA BARBER 



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LARRY GORDON 




SUSAN SOUTHERN and ANN INGRAM 



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Staff 



iz^JTL 






ROY ALLEN 
Adviser 



BARRY LONG 



PATRICIA SLAWTER and BARRY ATWOOD 
PATRICIA SIMMONS and BILLY MOORE 



CAROLYN SMITH and EUGENIA MOSER 





SHIRLEY BENNETT and LARRY SLATE 



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Beta Club 




PATRICIA WALL 
President 






JOSEPH MARSHALL 
Vice-President 



CAROLYN SMITH 

Secretary 




SYLVIA BARBER 
Treasurer 




*Mk+fM 








REBECCA MOSER 
Adviser 



Vicki Boles 
Jackie Bo vendor 
Lynn Stone 
Johnny Shore 
Linda East 
Eugenia Moser 
Kathleen Garner 

Beverly Moore 
James Calloway 
Barbara Tuttle 
Patricia Simmons 
Bonnie Gravely 
Ann Ingram 
Bonnie Kirby 

Linda Adkins 
Nancy Boles 
Harry Bennett 
Nancy Tuttle 
Larry Redding 



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Relaxing at the Beta Club Convention. 




We're relaxing too! 




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Our Beta Club emblem stands for leadership, 
character, and achievement. 



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We're off to the Beta Club Ball! 




Let's all sing! 



Junior Engineers Science Club 



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Officers of Junior Science Club examining slides. 



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Sen/or Engineers Science Club 




Seated: Nancy Boles, Nancy Tuttle, Lynn Stone, Eugenia 
Moser, Kay Lawson, Jackie Bovender, Carole Brandon, 
Bonnie Kirby, Vicki Boles. Standing: Patricia Wall, 
Kathleen Garner, Brenda Kiser, Harry Bennett, Douglas 



East, Larry Redding, Johnny Lankford, Gerald Boyles, 
Joseph Marshall, Beverly Moore, Judy Calloway, Bonnie 
Kirby. 




ALENE B. GRAVITT 
Adviser 





Patricia Wall, Membership Chairman; Beverly Moore, Vice- 
President; Nancy Boles, President; Kay Lawson, Reporter; 
Vicki Boles, Secretary. 



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The Alpha Delta Math Club 



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First row: Kathleen Garner, President; Eugenia Moser, 
Vice-President; Linda Adkins, Vice-President; Sylvia 
Barber, Secretary; Vicki Boles, Treasurer. Second row: 
Jackie Bovender, Bonnie Kirby, Beverly Moore, Naomi 



Carroll, Gerald Boyles, Johnny Lankford. Third row: Ann 
Ingram, Mr. Underwood, Nancy Boles, Lynn Stone, 
Patricia Wall, Kay Lawson, Brenda Kiser, Douglas East, 
Joseph Marshall, Harry Bennett, Larry Redding. 





J.M. UNDERWOOD 



Adviser 



Some math club members at work. 




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Debating Club 







NANCY BOLES BRENDA KISER NANCY TUTTLE VICKI BOLES 




LYNN STONE MARY ANN GENTRY 






AUDREY S. KIRBY 

Adviser 




Brenda Kiser, Mary Ann Gentry, Nancy Tuttle, Nancy Boles. 



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Glee Club 





First row: Ann Pruitt, Dianne Browder, Pauline 
Cummings, Sue Kirby, Janet Moser, Linda Gibson, 
Frances Stewart, Carolyn Smith, Eugenia Moser. 
Second row: Patsy C ranf or d, Freya Gay Johnson, 
Rachel Spainhour, Mary Catherine Hunter, Karen 
Bolejack, Patricia Slawter, Gary Tuttle, Susan 



KATHLEEN GARNER 
Accompanist 





Southern, Brenda Kiser, Ann Ingram, Kay Venable, 
Ann Butner. Third row: Billy Chambers, Jerry Long, 
Bruce Robertson, Wayne Slate, Ronnie Ha user, Dennis 
Fulk, Barry Atwood, Jerry Law son, Phillip Vance, 
Harold Smith. 




REBECCA MOSER 
Director 



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NANCY BOLES President 

VICKI BOLES Vice-President 

BEVERLY MOORE Secretary- Treasurer 

HARRELL SMITH Assistant 




Band 




First row: Pat Boyles, Phyllis Love, Vicki Boles, Glenola McGee, Katherine 
Moore, Wayne Long — Drum Major. Second row: Gerald Smith, Stancil 
Smith, Don Mabe, Joel New, Paul Nancy, Rodney Slate, Harold Smith, 
Jerry Long, Brent Smith, Glenn Gentry, Tommy McGee, Michael Rierson. 
Third row: Grant Nance, Glenn Wall, Phillip New so me, Frances Stewart, 
Beverly Moore, Kathleen Garner, Nancy Boles, David New, Katherine 



Stewart, Chris Wood, Joe Vogler. Fourth row: Barney Newsome, Maurice 
Marshall, Charles Covington, Richard Goff, Dale Smith, Donald Love, 
Charles Kirby, Bobby Brown, Billy Newsome, Joseph Gentry, Susan Slate. 
Fifth row: Wesley Hill, Edgar Moore, Bruce Holder, Butch McGee, Gloria 
Gordon, Perry Carroll, Butch Barber, Benny Matthews, Bobby Moore, Roger 
Nance, Phillip Westmoreland, Eddie Hall. 



Phyllis Love, Patricia Boyles, Vicki Boles, Glenola McGee, Katherine Moore. 



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Hi Light Staff 





CATHY HALL 
Associate Editor 




ELIZABETH HUTCHINS 
Editor 






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ROY ALLEN 

Adviser 



Linda East 
Patricia Slawter 
James Calloway 
Barry Atwood 



Judy Smith 
Glenola McGee 
Faye Deane Brown 
Nancy Tuttle 
Brenda Walsh 
Jenny Bole jack 



Patricia Wall 
Gary Tuttle 
Ann Ingram 
Naomi Carroll 
Jacque Edwards 
Jewel Newsome 



Sandra Newsome 
Lynn Stone 
Pam Kiser 
Linda Adkins 



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Future Business Leaders of America 




First row, left to right: Sue Kirby, Jackie Edwards, Ann 
Ingram, Faye D. Brown, Patricia Simmons, Brenda 
Spainhour, Jewel Newsome, Glenola McGee. Second row: 
Eugenia Moser, Ann Butner, Linda Gibson, Carolyn 



Smith, Susan Southern, Barbara Turtle, Toby Jones, 
Patricia Slawter. Third row: Linda East, Linda Adkins, 
Elizabeth Hutchins, Harry Bennett, Douglas East, Joe 
Marshall. 




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President 






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Omerica 




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PATRICIA SLAWTER 
Vice-President 




LINDA ADKINS 
Recording Secretary 

CAROLYN SMITH 
Reporter 



ROY ALLEN 
Adviser 



ELIZABETH HUTCHINS 
Corresponding Secretary 

HARRY BENNETT 
Treasurer 




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S.S.L. serves refreshments at county- 
teachers meeting. 



SUE KIRBY KATHLEEN GARNER 




LARRY REDDING Reporter 

BARBARA TUTTLE Secretary 

ANN INGRAM President 

GARY TUTTLE Vice-President 

VIRGINIA F. PATTERSON Adviser 



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PATRICIA SLAWTER 



PATRICIA WALL 



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Monogram Club 




Kneeling: Mike Lawson, Bud Calloway, Clayton Smith, 
Dale Hartgrove, Johnny Shore, Donald Lynch, Gerald 
Boyles, Frankie Barr, Billy Webster, Wayne Long. Stand- 
ing: Sylvia Sprinkle, Nancy Tuttle, Glenola McGee, 
Frances Southern, Beverly Moore, Vicki Boles, Judith 
Smith — Vice-President, Brenda Spainhour, Patricia 



Slawter — Secretary, Sue Kirby, Patricia Simmons, 
Brenda Westmoreland, Sylvia Barber — President, Faye 
Dean Brown, Calvin Voss, Cathy Hall — Treasurer, 
Thurman Dodson, Charles Barr, Billy Moore, Steve 
Pulliam. 




Get that letter on straight ! 



Aren't we the stuff! 



We're ready for anything! 



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Future Formers of America 




JAMES CALLOWAY 
President 




SAMUEL FURCHES 
Adviser 




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First row, left to right: Bruce Robertson, David Southern, Billy Chambers, 
Willie Bledsoe, Leonard Tuttle, James Calloway, Larry Redding, John Snider, 
Barry Atwood, John Chambers, Billy Binkley, Terry Browder, Alfred Craddock, 
Richard Gibson. Second row: Ronnie White, Jerry Mickey, Sidney Moser, 
Terry Wood, Ray Cranford, Phillip Duggins, Michael Lawson, Harold Priddy, 
Bobby Mickey, Steve Covington, Lloyd Mabe, Roy Ashby, Ronnie Binkley, 



Jerry Mabe, Ronald Riser. Standing: Clayton Smith, Jimmy Brandon, Teddy- 
Edwards, Paul Lytle, Norris Duggins, Clavin Voss, Frankie Barr, Dale 
Hartgrove, Jimmy Tedder, Frosty Denny, Donald Snider, Joe Johnson, Billy 
Webster, E. R. Conrad, Steve Pulliam, L. G. Bennett, Billy Essex, Raymond 
Marshall, Gerald Smith, Wayne Tuttle, Ronald Wall, James Gibson, Bobby 
Mabe, Glenn Gentry, Ronnie Hauser, Gary Tuttle, Edward Browder. 



LARRY REDDING 
Vice-President 




JOHN SNIDER 
Secretary 




JOHN CHAMBERS 

Sentinel 



BARRY ATWOOD 
Reporter 



BILLY BINKLEY 
Treasurer 




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Future Homemokers 

of 

America 



BARBARA TUTTLE CAROLYN SMITH VIRGINIA F. PATTERSON 
President Vice-President Adviser 




First row, left to right: Kay Lawson, Kay Venable, Jackie Edwards, Vicki 
Boles, Cathy Hall, Jenny Lou Bolejack, Bonnie Watts, Janet Moser, Mable 
Warren, Norma Edwards, Brenda Walsh, Toby Jones, Linda Adkins, Barbara 
Tuttle, Hazel Pariw. Second row: Jewel Newsome, Jo Ann Southern, Janice 
Redding, Sandra Newsome, Nancy Tuttle, Diane Mabe, Patsy Cranford, Nancy 
Hall, Brenda Kiser, Glenola McGee, Judy Smith, Brenda Westmoreland, Faye 
Dean Brown, Linda East, Ann Pruitt, Eugenia Moser, Gloria Duggins, Doris 



Long, Ruth Allen. Standing: Pam Kiser, Betty Jo Mabe, Karen Edwards, 
Sandra Vogler, Linda Fulk, Naomi Carroll, Karen Bolejack, Patricia Simmons, 
Becky Spainhour, Janice Smith, Brenda Spainhour, Linda Edwards, Jackie 
Butner, Kay Goff, Doris Holder, Judy Faye Meadows, Nancy Hall, Brenda 
Smith, Sylvia Sprinkle, Mary Jane Tuttle, Judy Calloway, Nancy Boles, 
Carole Brandon, Nancy Collins, Frances Stewart, Wanda Begg, Susan Southern, 
Diane Browder, Carolyn Smith, Mary Ann Gentry, Louise Flippin. 



TOBY JONES 

Secretary 



JENNY LOU BOLEJACK 

Treasurer 



EUGENIA MOSER 
Sona Leader 



LINDA ADKINS 
Pianist 



BRENDA SPAINHOUR 
Reporter 




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KAY LAWSON 
President 



4-H Club 







RICHARD GIBSON 
Secretary- 




First row, left to right: Phyllis Love, Patricia 
Boyle s, Patsy Cranford, Sandra Vogler, Bonnie 
Watts, Richard Gibson, Sandra Newsome, Jenny 
Bolejack, Kay Lawson, Nancy Tuttle, Nancy Hall, 
Iinda Gibson, Wanda White, Jo Anne Key. Second 
row: Peggy Jo Mabe, Leonard Tuttle, Harold Smith, 
Mike Lawson, Jimmy Weaver, Genett Smith, Betty 



Jo Badgett, Linda Fulk, Janice Smith, Karen Smith, 
Becky Spainhour, Karen Edwards, PamKiser. Third 
row: Phillip Vance, Johnny Lankford, Joe Smith, 
Frankie Barr, Johnny Shore, Steve Pulliam, John 
Chambers, Larry Slate, Barry Atwood, Wayne 
Slate, Bruce Robertson. 






NANCY TUTTLE 
Vice-President 



NANCY HALL 
Treasurer 



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LARRY REDDING 




Bus Drivers 




JOE MESSER 




JOHNNY LANKFORD 




JAMES CALLOWAY 



JERRY LAWSON 




DOUGLAS EAST 





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CHARLES BARR 



PHILLIP DUGGINS 



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BOBBY MABE 
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Library Club 




ANNE BUTNt* 




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NANCY COLLINlJ 



JEWEL NEWSOME 



Piano Students 




Left to right: Jerry Martin, Harold Tim m ons, Jackie Duggins, Freya Gay Johnson, Nancy Hall, Brenda Booze, 

Bovender, Ronnie Westmoreland, Larry Boles, Sandra Gail Holder. Seated at Piano: Viola E. Tuttle, Teacher. 

Lawson, Diane Boyles, Ellen Neal, Phyllis Love, Gloria 



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Cafeteria Staff 




MRS. RUTHHAUSER, MRS. ADELINE KISER, MRS. BEULAH BOYLES, 



Custodian 




ED WHITE 



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A recess of this court is now declared for ten 
years at which time it will reconvene — each defendant 
bringing in his own verdict according to his success 
or failure in the world during the above mentioned 
time. 




And Now To You The Senior Class 
of 1960 - 61 I declare that . . . 



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BOCOCK-STROUD COMPANY 

Sporting Goods 
Dependable for 35 Years 

Phone PA 4-2421 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



Compliments of 



MOORE AND SLATE 



Distributor for Sealtest 



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KING DRUG COMPANY 





109 



Compliments of 

HENNIS 
FREIGHT LINES, INC. 



Winston-Salem 
North Carolina 

P.O. Box 612 PA 4-9211 



KING GUANO COMPANY 

Agrico Patapsco 

Robertson's Morris 1 

Priddy's Bough's 

Royster's V.C. 

Weaver's Zells 

These Fertilizers for sale at all times 
Chilton Tobacco Curers - Tobacco Barn Flue Pipes 

Bob Westmoreland J.W. Gentry 

Phone YU 3-8865 

King, North Carolina 



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TINY DINY 

There's no place like This place, near This place, 
Just like This place, so This must be the place. 



Phone YU 3-9305 



King, North Carolina 




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Needham Funeral Home and Chapel 

Oxygen Equipped 

Air-Conditioned Ambulance 

EM 8-2522 or EM 8-2236 

Pilot Mountain North Carolina 



Compliments 

FERGUSON'S ATLANTIC 

SERVICE 

Washing - Lubrication 

Oil Changing - Fish Tires 

We give S & H Green Stamps 

Route 1, King, North Carolina 
"ATLANTIC keeps your car on the 
Go" 



FRANK A. STITH 
COMPANY 

Smart Fashions for men and boys 



Winston-Salem 



North Carolina 



King Gulf Service 

Tires - Batteries - Accessories 
Washing Service 



King, North Carolina 



Phone YU 3-9655 



Compliments of 



Gordon's Hardware 



A Complete Line Of Hardware 
Mitchell Loman 

King, North Carolina Phone YU 3-8595 



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PIEDMONT FEDERAL 

Savings and Loan 
Current Rate - 4% Dividends 
Main Office Northside Branch 

Cor. Third and Liberty Northside Shopping Center 




Northside Branch 



Northside Shopping Center 




Congratulations Seniors 

on 

Your Achievements 

Duke Power 
Company 



WINSTON JEWELRY 

and 

LOAN COMPANY, INC. 

Watches, Diamonds, and Luggage 
311 N. Main St. Winston-Salem 



THEANNUAL STAFF WOULD LIKE 
TOEXPRESS THEIR APPRECIATION 
TO THOSE STUDENTS WHO 
WORKED ON THE ANNUAL EVEN 
THOUG H THEY WERE NOT ON THE 
STAFF. WITHOUT YOU IT WOULD 
BE A FAILURE. 



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WINSTON MOBILE HOMES 



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Compliments of 

G.C. IDOL 

Jeweler - Watch Repair 

305 1/2 N. Main Street 
Winston-Salem 



Compliments of 

A.L PAYNE AND SONS 

Self-Service Grocery 
Fresh Meats 



WO 9-2805 
Rural Hall, North Carolina 



Compliments of 



H.L. FERGUSON 



Compliments of 



JONES SUPERETTE 



Route 1 King, North Carolina 



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Twin City Dry Cleaning Inc. 



"Dry Cleaning is not a sideline with us" 

Phone PA 2-7106 612 West 4th Street 

Winston-Salem 



Compliments of 

Pilot Mountain Ford Motor Co. 

Cars and Trucks 

Phone EM 8-2361 

Pilot Mountain North Carolina 



Morgan Brothers 

Asheville, North Carolina 
Compliments of C. A. Plank 



King Fuel Oil Supply Company 

Wholesale Dealer - Esso Products 

Phone YU 3-5685 King, North Carolina 

Printed Meter Service 

Fuel for Home and Farm 

Esso Furnaces and Burner Service 



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Every human being, created in the image of God, is endowed with 
a power akin to that of the Creator— Individuality, power to think and 
do. The men in whom this power is developed are the men who bear 
Responsibilities, who are leaders in enterprise, and who influence 
Character. It is the work of true education to develop this power; to 
train the youth to be thinkers, and not mere reflectors of other men's 
thought. Instead of confining their study to that which men have said 
or written, let students be directed to the sources of truth, to the vast 
fields opened for research in nature and revelation. Let them con- 
template the great facts of duty and destiny, and the mind will expand 
and strengthen. Instead of educated weaklings, institutions of learning 
may send forth men strong to think and to act, men who are masters 
and not slaves of circumstances, men who possess breadth of mind, 
clearness of thought, and the courage of their convictions. 

Such an education provides more than mental discipline; it provides 
more than physical training.lt strengthens the Character, so that truth 
and uprightness are not sacrificed to selfish desire or worldly ambinon. 
It fortifies the mind against Evil. Instead of some master passion be- 
coming a power to destroy, every motive and desire are brought into 
conformity to the great principles of Right. As the perfection of His 
character is dwelt upon, the mind is renewed, and the soul is re- 
created in the image of God. 

What education can be higher than this? What can equal it in 
value? 



JONES STUDIO 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



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Compliments of 










Kiser 


Super 


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Rural 


Ha 


II, N.C. 






Phone WO 9- 


-2975 



Compliments of 

Growers' Warehouse 

Phone PA 4-3688 
Winston-Salem North Carolina 





King Meat Market 


King 


YU 3-8515 




We specialize in Fresh Meats and Produce 



King Farm Supply 

Feed, Seed, Fertilizer 
Unico Electrical Appliances 

Phone YU 3-9395 
King North Carolina 



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First Federal Savings 
and Loan Association 

Our Current Rate of Dividend is 4% Per Annual Payable June 30 and December 31, 

230 North Cherry Street 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Phone PA 3-3604 



Compliments of 

Frank Fowler 



Compliments of 

OLDTOWN GRILL 

Oldtown North Carolina 



Compliments of 

OLDTOWN BEAUTY SALON 

Oldtown North Carolina 



Compliments of 

OLDTOWN GULF SERVICE 

Oldtown North Carolina 



Compliments of 

SHARPE AND SMITH 

WAREHOUSE 

Madison North Carolina 



Nothing Does It Like Seven-Up! 

7-Up Bottling Company 



Winston-Salem 



North Carolina 



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Bank of Pilot Mountain 

Complete Banking Service 

I.M. Gordon - President 

J.W. Gordon -Cashier 

C.W. Thomas - Assistant Cashier 

Pilot Mountain North Carolina 



Compliments of 

WARREN'S DRUG 



Rural Hall 



North Carolina 



Compliments of 

RUPERT HALL 











Best Wishes 












From 












Bassick-Sack 




Wi 


nston- 


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Division of Stewart-Warner Corp. 

Fine Furniture - Hardware 
lem North Caro 


ina 



Compliments of 



Shore Mercantile Company 



King 



North Carolina 



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Cook's Warehouse 



P.H. Thomas 
B.E. Cook 
Doug Cook 
Fred McLaughlin 



W.R. Fowler 

C.B. Strickland, Jr. 

Julian Vaughn 

Garland Griffin 



PA 4-9239 
"Morning Sale Every Day' 



Compliments of 

EARL HALL'S 

Service Station and Grocery 
Route 1 King 



BOYLES FLORIST 

Flowers for all Occasions 

Cut Flowers - Corsages 

Potted Plants - Weddings 

Decorations - Funeral Designs 

Phone YU 3-8535 




^ King 



Dewey A. Long 

Residental 

Commercial 

and Industrial Building 

P.O. Box 325 

YU 3-5175 

North Carolina 



MERR ITT PLUMBING 
COMPANY 

Septic Tanks and Service 

Plumbing and Supplies 

Phone YU 3-9325 

King North Carolina 

Fred L. Merritt 
Night Phone WO 9-5611 



Compliments of 

ESTHER'S BEAUTY SHOP 



King 



North Carolina 



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Compliments of 



Don's Barber Shop 



King, North Carolina 



YU 3-5361 



Sealtest Food Inc. 

Sealtest Ice Cream 
Get The Best Get Sealtest 



PA 3-0311 



Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



Harris 



Wholesale Builders Supply, Inc. 
Building Supplies, Paints and 

P. O. Box 305-605 N. Main St. 
Phone EM 8-2256 



The Builders Supermarket 

Plumbing 

Pilot Mountain, N.C. 

EM 8-2257 




Compliments of 



Quality Oil 



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Compliments of 

E. E. Gordon Construction Company 

Phone YU 3-8041 
Larry Gordon - Office Boy Tom Gordon - Owner 

King North Carolina 



Compliments of 
E.H. CANNON 



Compliments of 

KING HOISERY MILLS 

King North Carolina 



Compliments of 

PILOT DRIVE-IN 

The best in movie entertainment 
Pilot Mountain North Carolina 





Compli 


ments of 


John 


son's 


Hatchery 


U.S. Approved Pullorum - Cleaned Chicks 


Phone YU 3-5005 




King, North Carolina 



Ellis Ashburn Stationery 

Complete Office and School Supplies 

Books - Bibles - Games - Gifts 

Art and Drafting Supplies 

Northside Shopping Center 

Phone PA 3-0715 

(Your Patronage Appreciated) 



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Compliments of 

Skating Rink 

Skafing is a wonderful past time 

at Roller Land 

Phone WO 9-2120 King, North Carolina 



SLATE FURNITURE 

Located on Highway 52 

Dealers of 

RCA - Westinghouse - Hot Point 

Phone WO 9-5235 
Rural Hall, North Carolina 



Compliments of 




CAMEL PAWN SHOP, 


INC. 


"Home of Low Prices 
Money to Loan on anything 


ii 

of Value 


16 E. 4th Street 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

SHOUSE'S GRILL 

Rural Hall North Carolina 



Compliments of 

OLDTOWN FABRIC CENTER 

Oldtown North Carolina 



Compliments of 

TOWN AND COUNTRY FURNITURE 

Oldtown North Carolina 



SLATE LUMBER COMPANY 

CONTRACTOR 

Building Material, Builders 

Hardware, Lumber, Roofing, 

Millwork, Glass, Lucas Paint 

Phone YU 3-8765 King, N. C. 



Compliments of 

MOXLEY PIANO COMPANY 

Organs and Pianos 

Winston-Salem North Carolina 



KING LUMBER COMPANY 

Flooring - Ceiling 

Siding - Finishing 

Phone YU 3-5765 

King, North Carolina 



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King Milling Company 

Manufacturing of High Grade 

Flour - Meat - Feeds 

King Puppy and Dog Food 

We Specialize in Custom Grinding - Molasses if Desired 

Don S.V. Burge Bil 

Phone YU 3-8335 



Compliments of 

KING FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

Complete Home Furnishings 

Phone YU 3-9762 
King North Carolina 



NORMAN STOCKTON 

Headquarters for 
Men's and Boy's Wear 

411 N. Cherry Street 
Winston-Salem North Carolina 



Compliments of 

The Formal House 

Specialists in 

Rentals of Formal Wear and Accessories 

Winston-Salem North Carolina 



TAYLOR'S WAREHOUSE 


Winston-Salem 


North Carolina 


A SALE EVERY DAY AT TAYLOR'S 


Paul T. Taylor 


Kelly Ritter 


Paris Pepper 


Charles Dalton 


John Davis / 


Auctioneer 



Compliments of 

SEPARKS MUSIC STORE 



Winston-Salem North Carolina 



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Compliments of 

Tom's Radio and T. V. Service 



King 



North Carolina 



WALLESSOSERVICENlER 

King, North Carolina 

Wheel Alignment and Balancing 

Wrecker Service and Recapping 

Tire, Wheel Balancing 

Day Phone Night 

YU 3-8891 YU 3-9535 



HERB'S FIX-IT SHOP 

Electronic Service 
Radio and Television 



Highway 52 



King, N.C. 



Authorized Bulova and Elgin Dealer 
We Repair All Makes of Fine Watches 

L. M. Long 

Jeweler and Watchmaker 

King, North Carolina 

Billy Long - Assistant Watchmaker 



STULTZ, INC. 
RESTAURANT 

Sandwiches and Plate Lunches 

Private Dinners 

for Private Parties 

Call WO 9-4611 





M.A. PICKETT'S 


5 

and 

10c? 


Dept. 
Store 




King, North Carolina 



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JOE COVINGTON 
ESSO SERVICE 

Esso Gas and Oil 

Goodyear Tires and Tubes 

Delco Batteries - Groceries 

Route 1 
King, North Carolina 



1906 1960 


COMMERCIAL 


AND FARMERS BANK 


Rural Hall, North Carolina 



Boles Hardware Company 

Paint - Hardware -Appliances 

Maytag - Westinghouse 

We Service What We Sell 

King Pinnacle 

James and Francis Tedder Ernest Boles 

Phone YU 3-8935 EM 8-2592 



WINSTON STEAM LAUNDRY 

Vericlean Dry Cleaning 

Phone Office Phone Home 

PA 2-4129 YU 3-5483 

YU 3-5943 
1 102 Ivy Avenue 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
Jimmy Hartgrove 



GORDON'S GARAGE 


Motor Tune-up 


Brake and Muffler Service 


King Phone YU 3-5655 \ 



Wilson Brothers Lumber Company 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 

From Tree to Key 

Contractors - Building Supplies - Repairs 

Rural Hall G .E. Appliances WO 9-2215 

Winston-Salem PA 3-2424 



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FRIENDLY BEAUTY SHOP 

Helene Curtis, Rayette 

and Bonat Permanents 

Mrs. Annie K. Trawick, 

Owner and Operator 

Gentry and Moser Bldg. 

King North Carolina 



TAYLOR'S FABRIC 
AND VARIETY 

Dan River Fabrics - Notions 

Phiilips 66 
At the Gap of the Mountain 

LY 3-2225 



Cash Discount and Easy Terms 

CLARK KIGER 
FURNITURE COMPANY 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 

Complete Home Furnishings 

Clark Kiger 

Owner and Operator 

Bus. WO 9-2491 Res. WO 9-4535 



Compliments of 

WALL DRY CLEANERS 

Phone WO 9-3385 
Rural Hall North Carolina 

"Best in Cleaning" 



"The typewriter showplace of the 

year" 

Royal Typewriters 

Standard - Portable - Electric 

KELLY TYPEWRITER 
COMPANY 

616 West Fourth Street 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Sales - Service - Rental 



DRAUGHON'S BUSINESS 


COLLEGE 


Place to take your Business Training 


Phone PA 2-0121 



HERMAN'S CLOTHING 

Home owned and operated 
"The Dad and Lad Shop" 

Phone YU 3-9621 
King, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

J. ELLIS COON 

All Kinds of Insurance 

Phone YU 3-8685 
King, North Carolina 



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COOK AND MABE STONE WORKS 
INCORPORATED 

(At Stanleyville) Route One 
Phone WO 9-3595 Rural Hall 

Monuments - Markers 
Building Stone 





TOM JOYCE 






TRACTOR COMPANY 




Esso 


Products 


Goodrich T 


ires 


John 


Deere Qual 


ity Farm Equip 


nent 


High 


way 31 1 


Phone 


165 


Mad 


son 


North Caro 


ina 



S and K POULTRY 

Customer Work on Wednesday 

Richard Speas YU 3-5256 
James W. Keiger YU 3-5585 

King, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

T.G. NEW GROCERY 



King, N.C. 



YU 3-8555 



VADEN AND TURNER 
ESSO SERVICE 

Emergency AAA Service 

Lubrication - Battery Service 

Tire, Wheel Balancing 

U.S. Route 52 - Phone WO 9-4453 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 
Ice Blocked Bags 



MOOREFIELD ESSO SERVICE 

Grease Jobs - Oil Change 
Tires - Tubes and Batteries 

Phone YU 3-8315 
King, North Carolina 





Compliments of 




DAIRI-0 




Home-made Ice-cream 




Fountain Drinks 


King 


North Carolina 



BROWN'S WAREHOUSE 

For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco 
A Sale Every Day 

Simpson-Newsom and Company, 
Props. 



Winston-Salem 



North Carolina 



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Compliments of 

TOWNE JEWELERS 

428 N. Liberty Street 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Finest in Watches and Diamonds 



HOOKER LILLY ELECTRIC 

COMPANY 

King, N.C. YU 3-8351 

YU 3-8651 
Pilot Mountain, N.C. EM 8-2318 



A Home Store for Home Folks 

KISER'S GROCERY 

King North Carolina 



Compliments of 

J.C. BOLES SELF SERVICE 

Groceries - Meats - Produce 

Dry Goods - Feeds - Flour - Fertilizer 

Phone EMerson 8-2506 
Pinnacle North Carolina 



SLATE CASH WHOLESALE 

Rack toiletries, Merchandise 

King, N.C. Phone YU 3-9175 



RURAL HALL MOTOR COMPANY 

Owned and Operated by 

J.O. Payne and "Red" 

Rural Hall WO 9-2235 



Compliments of 

GENTRY and MOSER CO. 

We appreciate your Patronage 

King North Carolina 



LAWSON'S GARAGE 

Motor tune-up 

Brake and Muffler Service 

King Phone YU 3-5655 



Compliments of 

SLATE FUNERAL HOME 

King North Carolina 



LANKFORD'S SHELL SERVICE 

Gas - Oil - Grease - Wash 

King, N.C. Phone YU 3-8691 



Compliments of 
NEWSOME GROCERY 



GRIFFIN AND McGEE INSURANCE 

AGENCY 

All Kinds of Insurance 

Bill McGee Renard Griffin 

King Phone YU 3-9002 



Compliments of 

KING PRINT SHOP 

Commercial and Job Printing 

King, N.C. Phone YU 3-8245 



SOUTHSIDE BARBER SHOP 

Phone King 

YU 3-8943 North Carolina 

Roger Smith 



Compliments of 

JACK'S ESSO SERVICE 

1804 Patterson Avenue 

Winston-Salem Phone PA 2-9320 



MOOREFIELD'S FLOWER SHOP 

Flowers for all Occasions 

Bulbs - Plants -Perennials 

Cut Flowers - Corsages 

Funeral Designs 

Phone YU 3 -5851 -King, N. C. 



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1. Mr. Allen signs our annual contract. 2.' Dedication ! 
Can you believe it? 3. The Business Club on the move. 
4. Can anyone identify this couple? 5. Cheer-up Kathy, 



It's over with now. 6. Say girls, are you enjoying the 
fair? 7. That deadline must be met. 8. Who is this 
handsome looking guy? 9. Larry, What is your trouble? 



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